(Latin = Felis serval, Afrikaans = Tierboskat, German = Serval)
Numbers: Low Weight: 8 - 14kg (18 - 31lb.) Shoulder height: 55- 60 cm (22 - 24 in.) Pregnancy time: 68 - 72 days Cub quantity: Up to 3
Found all along the eastern parts of the country, especially in the eastern Northern Province, Mpumalanga and the north eastern and central KwaZulu-Natal. It isn‚Äôt found in Swaziland. It is also not found in the south eastern parts of KwaZulu-Natal. It is found in the north eastern coastal area of the Eastern Province. But it's not found in any central, southern or western part of South Africa.
The serval is a slender and sleek, beautiful cat. It is at the same time spotted, striped and barred, big eared and with a dark and light yellow skin. It is standing high on it's feet for it's weight. The serval is a shy, very seldom spotted cat and it's declining numbers are a worrying factor. He's diet is somewhat strange, ranging from fish and insects, to birds and small mammals.
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Safari Club International Reno 9-12 January Booth 4516 Dallas Safari Club 17-20 January Booth 2645 PBS Cocktail Function - San Antonio Date T.B.A Greater Atlanta Chapter of SCI 26 January DSC South TX Chapter 31 January Austin Chapter of SCI 2 February Kansas City Chapter of SCI 8-10 February Alamo Chapter 16 February Central Texas Wildlife Legacy 20 February Cinegetica Madrid Spain 21-24 March - Booth T.B.A
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